bunk (uncountable) (slang) bunkum; Pointless talk, nonsense.
Drug slang. A regional street term defined as: (1) fake cocaine, or. (2) crack cocaine.
“I won’t be speaking to the house,” he confessed, “I will be speaking to Buncombe.” Bunkum has been American English slang for “nonsense” since 1841 (it has been attested as generic for “home district of a US representative” since 1838). Bunk (v.)
Bunk with (someone)
To share a room, bed or other sleeping place with another person. You’ll have to sleep with your sister because we couldn’t reserve enough hotel rooms for everyone. They became my best friends after I stayed at camp with them.
It is likely that “to do a bunk”, meaning “run away” since about 1870, derives at least in part from “bunk” in the sense of “nonsense”, particularly in an extended use of “bunk” in the sense of “trick, dishonesty”. But it is also likely that “to bunk” in the sense of “escape, dodge” was heavily influenced by “bunco”…
British. : a hasty departure or escape – usually used in the phrase do a pend.
Bunk noun (NONSENSE)
utter nonsense or something designed to deceive: Most doctors think his theories are nonsense.
(slang) Bunkum; senseless talk, nonsense.
noun. 1 “This idea is just nonsense” nonsense, nonsense, gibberish, babble, babble, babble, babble, babble. British rubbish. informal gossip, nonsense, tripe, babble, gibberish, bilge, bosh, bull, bilge, hot air, eyewash, piffle, poppycock, phooey, hooey, malarkey, chatter, dribble.
1 : a usually petty thug, thug, or thug.
noun. a veiled fact. de bunk to remove the cover over it.
informal. sleep: We were able to sleep in the guest room for the night.
1 : not going to school, work, etc. When we were kids, we skipped school. 2 : leaving school, work, etc. early.
Staying away from or leaving something early (usually school or work) when one should normally be there; skip. Mainly heard in the UK. I was so restless and bored at work that after lunch I decided to just hide it without telling anyone.
1 : something (e.g. part of a sleeve or glove) that encloses the wrist. 2 : the turned-back hem of a trouser leg. 3a : handcuffs – usually used in the plural.
Bunk can be a noun or a verb – word type.
(informal) Any sleeping place; especially a narrow cot. Stay overnight; sleep. Stay with a friend.